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Order in the House: SCF saga continues

Labour's David Cunliffe continued his de facto South Canterbury Finance inquiry in question time today, with cabinet minister Steven Joyce standing in for the absent Minister of Finance.Today's leading questions:Did the Treasury evaluate the net effect, o

Nina Fowler
Thu, 16 Sep 2010

Labour’s David Cunliffe continued his de facto South Canterbury Finance inquiry in question time today, with cabinet minister Steven Joyce standing in for the absent Minister of Finance.

Today’s leading questions:

Did the Treasury evaluate the net effect, on South Canterbury Finance’s position, of

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Nina Fowler
Thu, 16 Sep 2010
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